Struggling actress Gwyneth Paltrow has finally come up with a way to stay in her Prada pumps. (Just kidding -- Gwynnie pretty much owns the world right now. But she did land a new gig.)

Paltrow just inked a deal with Max Factor to serve as the company's "creative inspiration," according to Women's Wear Daily. What does it mean to be an official source of inspiration? Well, it sounds like your basic spokesperson gig: Paltrow will star in a six-month ad campaign, in which she’ll model seven different looks "created by the brand’s makeup artists to reflect the different aspects of her life."

"These were to be inspired by her life and the different roles she has to play — model, actress, mother, singer," said Pat McGrath, creative director for the Procter & Gamble-owned makeup brand, although we're secretly hoping one of the roles will be "Muppeteer."

Gwynnie has another beauty gig, as the face of a Hugo Boss fragrance. And then there's the famous $90 white T-shirts she shills for GOOP.

Hey, even the World's Best Dressed woman has to pay the bills (for all of those organic facial peels).

Read more about Paltrow's big payoff over at WWD.

See more celebs who shill for beauty companies!

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  • Cindy Crawford for Revlon, 1992

  • Milla Jovovich for Revlon, 1989

  • Jennifer Connelly for Revlon, 2008-Present

  • Brooke Shields for Revlon, 1988

  • Opera Winfrey for Revlon, 1989

  • Melanie Griffiths for Revlon, 1996

  • Shania Twain for Revlon 1999

  • Lucy Liu and Halle Berry for Revlon, 2000

  • Joan Collins for Revlon, 1980

  • Liza Minnelli for Revlon, 1980

  • Audrey Hepburn for Revlon, 1988

  • Jessica Biel for Revlon, 2009-Present

  • Beau Garrett for Revlon, 2007-2009

  • Jessica Alba for Revlon, 2007

  • Susan Sarandon for Revlon, 2005

  • Salma Hayek for Revlon, 1998-present

  • Olivia Wilde for Revlon, Present

  • Elle Macpherson for Revlon, 2011

  • Tyra Banks for CoverGirl, 1997

  • Queen Latifah for CoverGirl, 2001-present

  • Faith Hill for CoverGirl, 2001

  • Keri Russell for CoverGirl, 2006-present

  • Drew Barrymore for CoverGirl, 2007-present

  • Ellen Degeneres for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Rihanna for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Dania Ramirez for CoverGirl, 2009-present

  • Brandy for CoverGirl, 2009

  • Molly Sims for CoverGirl, 2010-present

  • Taylor Swift for CoverGirl, 2011-present

  • Sofia Vergara for CoverGirl, 2011-present

  • Jamie King, Eva Mendes, Julianne Moore & Halle Berry for Revlon, 2004

  • Aishwarya Rai for L'Oreal, 2005-2011

  • Diane Keaton for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Penelope Cruz, 2006-Present

  • Jane Fonda for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Claudia Schiffer for L'Oreal, 2006-Present

  • Gong Li for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Mila Jovovich for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Doutzen Kroes for L'Oreal, 2007-Present

  • Leitita Casta, 2008-Present

  • Beyonce for L'Oreal, 2008-Present

  • Eva Longoria for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Evangeline Lily for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Diane Krugar for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Freida Pinto for L'Oreal, 2009-Present

  • Jennifer Lopez for L'Oreal, 2010-Present

  • Gwen Stefani for L'Oreal, 2010-Present

  • Isabella Rossellini for Lancome, 1982-1996

  • Juliette Binoche for Lancome, 1995-2008

  • Drew Barrymore for Lancome, 2005

  • Kate Winslet for Lancome, 2007-present

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